Love Never Dies – A Faith-Based Adult Grief Support Group

Next Group:
Thursdays 7:00-8:30 PM, April 27 – May 15
ChristianWorks
5440 Harvest Hill Road, Suite 140
Dallas, TX 75230

Register Below

Summer Group:
Saturdays 3:30-5:00 PM, June 17 – July 15
Gateway Church, 700 Blessed Way, Southlake, TX 76092

Contact Gateway Church for Registration Information – 817.328.1000

loveneverdiesYou don’t have to grieve alone. Join GriefWorks Director and Love Never Dies author Larry Barber for 5 weeks of support and healing.

Through a study of the book Love Never Dies: Embracing Grief With Hope and Promise, we will lighten the load of grief by learning how to grieve in a way that is healthy and healing. The only cost is $15 to purchase Love Never Dies: Embracing Grief With Hope and Promise. Proceeds benefit GriefWorks, a free grief support group for children ages 5-18.

The group is limited to adults ages 18 and older. No childcare will be provided.

Support Group Topics:

  • Grief Is Natural
  • Grief : An Expression of Love
  • Understanding Grief’s Emotions
  • Understanding Your Unique Grief
  • Maintaining a Loving, Healthy Relationship with Your Loved One
  • What Now? (Moving Toward Healing In Grief)

Participants must register in advance.
For more information about this program contact Larry Barber at 972-960-9981 ext. 108 or lbarber@christian-works.org.

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Love Never Dies

Complete the form below to register for Love Never Dies. This adult grief support group meets Thursday nights from 7-8:30 PM at ChristianWorks Dallas located at 5440 Harvest Hill Road, Ste. 140, Dallas, TX 75230.
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About the Author

“Love Never Dies”® is led by bereavement professional Larry M. Barber, LPC-S, CT, a minister and a licensed professional counselor specializing in grief and loss. He is Director of CounselingWorks and GriefWorks of Dallas.

Larry Barber

In May 1993 Barber’s wife and two-year-old daughter died from injuries in a traffic accident. He lost his mother in 2007 & his father in February 2014. Also he and his wife lost an infant son in miscarriage.

He has led grief support groups and seminars for over twelve years in Dallas and Fort Worth. He has certification in Thanatology (the study of death, dying & bereavement) from the Association for Death Education & Counseling. Barber is certified in Studies on Death and Grief through the Center for Loss and Life Transition and Colorado State University.

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